Dani Badgett (she/her/hers)
As a proud native of Meridian, Mississippi, Dani has a passion for creating opportunities for organizations and institutions to engage in dialogues that shed light on inequity and injustice. With a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education and a Master of Science degree in College Student Personnel Services and Administration, Dani creates workshops that both challenge and uplift participants. Through her relationally-charged teaching methods that foster empathy, courage, and curiosity she has had the opportunity to create training workshops for both the higher education and corporate world for the past ten years.
Michael King (he/him/his)
With roots in small-town Indiana, Michael King is a higher education professional living and working in New York City. Throughout his career, Michael has had the opportunity to develop his skills in creating spaces for vulnerability, individual and community growth, and the empathy to engage in difficult conversations together. With a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature and a Master of Science degree in College Student Affairs, Michael has been trained to focus on engaging participants in active learning involving introspective and interpersonal reflection.
Robbie Williford (he/him/his)
Originally from Flint, Michigan, Robbie has worked throughout the midwest in various higher education and student affairs settings, working with students, faculty, and staff to engage with one another on topics that are relevant to today’s world. With a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature/Creative Writing and a Master of Arts degree in Higher Education Administration, he has been working to impact policy changes on a structural level with organizations in the education and nonprofit world for eight years.